You might want to believe that some conspiracy theorists are playing with our emotions by trying to prove that iconic rapper Tupac Shakur, who was gunned down in L.A. almost 20 years ago, is still alive. A new photograph which is fast circulating on the internet seem to have all the proofs, but is it a hoax?
The controversial Tupac’s picture.
The latest evidence that the rapper is not dead is a selfie posted in a YouTube video that shows Tupac–or his look-alike, a proof that conspiracy theorists have long been right. At least, not until they’re proven wrong once again.
Image: Tupac Amaru Shakur
“ There are just too many unanswered questions, too many coincidences, too many things just don’t make sense, ” a fan told the media.
Huzlers posted an article in 2014 where it claimed: Tupac Shakur who was supposedly killed at the age of 25 is now admitting he has been hiding this whole time.
It was Shakur who in 1996 was reportedly attending a special event in Las Vegas, the Mike Tyson-Benson fight, and then afterwards was brutally murdered.
A day or so later he is autopsied, then quickly cremated. There is no funeral. Nor is there any record of a tribute or memorial.
Now we know exactly why it was because Tupac Shakur was never killed it is unclear why he has been hiding. This story is still under development but Tupac has already been spotted with Celebrities.
Tupac [the Life Goes On rapper] was shot at the age of 25 on September 7, 1996, in Las Vegas. Since then, there’s been claims and more of it that he’s living a good life somewhere in Cuba.
The most recent of those claims came from a dying old doctor who revealed on his sick bed that he was paid to testify of the music icon’s death, adding his burial was faked.
David Myers said, according to Inverse, …‘Pac paid him $1.5 million to help the rapper take his own life. ‘Pac also paid an extra $50,000 for a fake body to be transported to the morgue. He claims that Suge Knight and his posse were privy to the plot (of course they were).
In 2015, TMZ released this picture of a look-alike who played Tupac in a Morgan Creek Production’s movie titled “All Eyez On Me.” The guy was a dead ringer for the iconic star. His name is Demetrius Shipp Jr.
The Mirror also confirmed that David Myers, who was on his deathbed at the time, said: “The world needs to know what I did. I’m ashamed that I let a price be put on my word and I cannot die without letting the world know.”
Over 30 people were reportedly paid to help fake his death – including police, medics and various witnesses.
Inverse summarized the conspiracy perfectly well. But the proof is really in this pudding: mysteriously, the Makaveli album is credited to “SIMON” — that’s right, that’s the name of one of the apostles who saw Jesus rise again…
…It would be cool if any of the many Christ-related theories were true. They are inspired mostly by allusions in Pac’s lyrics and the cover of Makaveli (the nickname for 1996’s The Don Killuminati: The 7 Day Theory), which features a painting of ‘Pac decked out on a crucifix. This shows that … he was planning this, right? Sacrificing himself (the media was getting to him) and then rising again, in due time, to reclaim the throne.
While the debate on Tupac’s death has been given new life by this newest picture, it’s inconclusive whether the world will ever know the truth but one thing is sure, Tupac can’t really be dead–not in our minds. He lives, somewhere, somehow. It’s better kept this way, I think.
‘I know everyone wants him to come back but he is dead,’ Daily Mail quotes a fan.
‘Anybody who claims this guy is still alive is a… idiot. You can’t hide in todays (sic) electronic day and age… stop drinking the conspiracy kool-aid you half-wits,’ another said.
‘He alive,’ another fan said simply.